I’ve added a new link to a blog I found called Design Scene. I like it cus it’s possible to flit across many fashion photo spreads with the greatest of ease.
I like that it gives a point-form breakdown of the stats, and also links to to other spreads you might like at the bottom.
Here’s one that I’ve been drooling over repeatedly: Prada Womenswear Spring Summer 2010 photographed by renowned fashion photographer Steven Meisel. It is all so gorgeous I can barely stand it.
(But somehow I find a way.)
I absolutely love the sleek retro-California beach vibe mixed with a whole lotta 1940s glamour. The photgraphic patterns are am-a-zing!I love the way the sheer fabric appears so structured and futuristic. Almost like it’s partially invisible.
Having grown up with a lot of relatives in California, I have a weakness for patterns with palm trees, sunset themes, beach scenes and tropical flowers. Classic California prints are so blissful, but with a hint of dirty seediness.
The blissful aspect reminds me of my gramma.
I need to explore the seediness more.
And I really dig the hard lines on the leather jacket/pants set in the second-to-last photo. Brilliant counterpoint to the other designs, which are very sexy and feminine.
It is only a matter of time until I own those sunglasses.
Photos courtesy of http://www.designscene.net/.